Sturgis Charter Public School is dedicated to an "International Baccalaureate (IB) for All" philosophy, preparing high school students for higher education in a supportive learning environment. Sturgis provides each student a rigorous world-class educational program, encouraging academic achievement, intellectual confidence, and personal growth.

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For campus specific information go to West Campus Home and East Campus Home

 

Ensuring College Readiness: IB For All
High Standards + High Expectations = High Achievement

Sturgis begins preparing students in grade nine to build arguments, defend points of view, make sense of data, write persuasively, and think critically. Students are encouraged to develop empathy, raise social awareness, build tolerance, and take on personal responsibility. Similarly, the Sturgis community works toward building positive and productive habits, attitudes, and values in its students in order to optimally prepare them for a rigorous grade 11-12 program designed to ensure success at university. STURGIS IS A TUITION FREE PUBLIC SCHOOL.

 

IDENTIFYING THE INTERSECTION OF ATHLETICS,
LGBTQ DIVERSITY AND ANTI-BULLYING RHETORIC

Thursday, October 6, 2016

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM (Including Lunch)

Hyannis Resort and Conference Center

35 Scudder Ave, Hyannis, MA

$10.00 FEE WAIVED
FOR FIRST 150 TICKETS

Register online HERE by September 26

For questions and additional information, contact:
Sturgis Community Outreach
Marion Weeks
508.778.1782 x235

 

Will Common Core undermine an elite college-prep
program’s goal of diversity?

In January 2016, Brenda Iasevoli spent a day at Sturgis Charter Public School. The article she wrote about Common Core,Sturgis and the International Baccalaureate Programme was published in both The Hechinger Report and US News and World Report.

 

Success in life-long learning

Paul Marble contributed an article to Excellence and Equity (E2), a dialogue among IB educators and school leaders around empowering under-represented students for success in life-long learning and college graduation through successful participation in the IB Diploma Programme in public schools.

 

US News and World Report

U.S. News & World Report announced the 2016 Best High Schools rankings, featuring top-performing schools at the national and state level.

The Best High Schools rankings evaluate data on more than 21,500 public high schools to identify which schools are best at preparing students for college and careers. Sturgis received a gold medal and is ranked #1 high school in MA, #11 charter school in US, and #33 high school in US.

Congratulations to Sturgis faculty and students for achieving this recognition of excellence!

For more information, see: US News Best High Schools in Massachusetts 2016

 

The Washington Post once again recognizes Sturgis

The Washington Post recently announced the 2016 High School Challenge Index based on its review of 2015 data from high schools across the U.S. Once again, Sturgis was ranked the #1 public school in MA. Sturgis was also ranked #10 among all high schools in the Northeast and #134 in the U.S. 

 

Cape Schools Consider International Baccalaureate

See article here

 

NEW Executive Director Appointment to Begin July, 2016

Link to Facebook page article
Link to Cape Cod Times article

 

Eric Hieser is featured in the
March/April 2013 issue of Cape Cod View

"Conversation with Eric Hieser, Executive Director, Sturgis Charter Public School", Cape Cod View, March/April 2013: p.16-17.


Sturgis Ranks Third in Nation's Top Ten List
of Charter Schools by US News

US News & World Report recently compiled a list of the Best Charter Schools in America based on students’ college readiness and test proficiency.
Read the full article HERE.

 

Support our efforts at Sturgis by donating to the Annual Appeal!

Donations can be made by check payable to William Sturgis Friends of Education Foundation, P.O. Box 2012, Hyannis, MA 02601. Credit Card donations may be made through PayPal on our webpage. It is not the amount you give that matters, it’s your action that counts!